Kourtney Kardashian defends her decision to ban her son from eating McDonald’s

Kourtney Kardashian explained what she meant when she said that she let her kids eat french fries. 
She told the Wall Street Journal that when her son asked for McDonald’s fries, she said no. 
Kardashian later told Vogue that her family does eat french fries, but she doesn’t go to McDonald’s. 
Kourtney Kardashian Barker responded to the controversy about giving her kids McDonald’s french fries after she told the Wall Street Journal that she told her son he couldn’t have the food.

In a new interview with Vogue, Kardashian Barker called the fuss over her comments “annoying” and said that her family makes french fries at home and she doesn’t tell her kids they can’t have them.

“To set the record straight, we love french fries as a family,” Kardashian Barker told Vogue. “We like French fries so much that we go to places that serve them. only McDonald’s in particular. I try to avoid fast food as much as possible.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal that came out on September 12, Kardashian Barker said that when she was spending “one-on-one time” with her son, he asked her for McDonald’s french fries and told her it had been a year since he had had them. The Journal story said that the boy in question was Kardashian Barker’s 12-year-old son Mason, but she told Vogue that her 7-year-old son Reign was the one who asked for the fries.

Kardashian Barker said she told her son, “Sorry, today isn’t the day.” Her refusal was also written about in other places.

Kardashian Barker said that the excitement in the media about her comment about french fries was one reason why she didn’t like doing press.

“I was walking with Travis today and thought, ‘This is so annoying. ‘This is why I dislike doing interviews,’ she explained to Vogue, referring to her husband, Travis Barker.”Other outlets then change it and turn it into something else.”

In the original interview with the Wall Street Journal, Kardashian Barker said that when her son Mason was born, she began her “wellness journey.” In addition to her lifestyle brand, Poosh, she is launching a line of supplements called Lemme.


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